Fried Chicken Wings – 1

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Fried Chicken Wings – 1
Thanks to Veronica from Quay Po Cooks for sharing this recipe.
Because of her, my family enjoyed this recipe and our stomach was happy
and satisfied.  Would like to take this opportunity to wish my
dear beloved husband a Very Happy Father’s Day and to all the fathers out
there.
Without you, the family won’t be perfect.  Sometimes, my
husband is pain in the neck but overall he is a good husband and a
good father to our two kids.  Well, life is not perfect, we just take it
as it goes by and lastly, we have to be strong for our family,
good communication and love & respect one another.
F.A.M.I.L.Y.
(Father and Mother, I Love You)
12 pieces of cleaned chicken wings.
2 teaspoons minced garlic / 2 teaspoons minced ginger.
2 tablespoons honey / 2 tablespoons flour.
2 tablespoons corn flour / 2 beaten Eggs (next try will put either 1 or 1 1/2 eggs).
1 teaspoon chilli power (did not put).
Salt to taste / 2 tablespoons Soya Sauce.
In a container, pour in the chicken wings and mix in all the ingredients.
Mix well thoroughly and keep in the fridge for 4 hours.
Heat the cooking oil.
And fry those chicken wings. Please do not fry all at one go.
Fry it batch by batch.
Once cooked, use kitchen towel to soak those oil as much as possible.
Serve at once with chilli or tomato sauce.
For us, the chicken wings were full of flavour, so without the chilli or
tomato sauce, the taste was still great.
You hands won’t stop picking it up.. 😉
Enjoy!
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